When Sip & Share Wines shared this graphic on Instagram this week, we couldn’t help but laugh. A little humor during these challenging times is always a treat.
There is a strong call for the continued support of businesses impacted by the implementation of shelter in place as a precaution for the spreading of COVID-19. For restaurants that are offering take-out and delivery, please continue to order or purchase gift cards to use at a later date. For wine lovers, many wineries are offering a percentage off orders and/or flat shipping. As you look to plan your own wine tour at home, here are just a few specials we are aware of and we will be sure to add more as we find out about them.
- Sip & Share Wines – Maker of artisanal vegan wines is offering free delivery in Indianapolis and surrounding areas for orders of their 7 Words Wine Collection and GEM Collection wines. www.sipandsharewines.com.
- Bee d’ Vine – Premium barrel-aged honey wine from Sonoma is offering $1 flat ground shipping on orders of 2 bottles or more using the code CUISINENOIR. They are also offering a free berele (ancient Ethiopian t’ej/honey wine drinking flask) with 3 or more bottles. www.beedvine.com.
- Longevity Wines – Grab a few bottles of these award-winning wines with 50% off a mix or match case of white label wines (60% off for club members) and 30% off black label wines in any quantity and free shipping of 3 bottles or more with code STAYSAFE at checkout. www.longevitywines.com.
- P. Harrell Wines – Stock up on their 2017 zinfandel with a flat $5 shipping fee. www.pharrellwines.com. The rate is automatic at checkout.
- Rock Wall Wine Company – From red, white, sparkling and dessert, whatever your mood is calling for, Rock Wall has it and they are offering a $5 flat shipping fee when shipped within the continental U.S. www.rockwallwines.com.
- Theopolis Vineyards – Bring a taste of California’s Mendocino County into your home with 10 % off plus free shipping on all orders of $100 or more using code SHELTERINPLACE2020. www.theopolisvineyards.com.
We’ll continue to look for other winery offers to add to the list. In the meantime, be sure to stop by your favorite winery’s website or social media page to see how you can support.
For a listing of more Black-owned wineries, be sure to stop by our directory.